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Expect Respect: Tools for healthy relationships

October 04, 2019 at 12:59 PM

From the NZFVC

When: Monday 14 October 2019, 10am - 11.30am

Where: Building 722, Room 201, University of Auckland, Tāmaki campus, Gate 1, 261 Morrin Rd, Glen Innes, Auckland

Co-hosted by the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse and Presbyterian Support Northern.

Free. Places limited. Please register by Wednesday 9 October 2019.

The New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse is pleased to co-host a seminar presented by Amna Abdullatif, Children and Young People’s Officer, Women’s Aid, UK. Amna is hosted in Aotearoa New Zealand by Presbyterian Support Northern.

Amna led the Safer Futures project at Women’s Aid in the UK, which aims to promote and support the education of young people about domestic violence and healthy relationships. Safer Future introduces the Expect Respect toolkit for schools and teachers to enable them to talk about domestic violence with students.

Amna is a local politician in the UK, a campaigner and activist for women’s rights with interest in foreign policy and its impact on women, specifically the Middle East and North Africa. Amna currently runs trainings to support specialists working with pregnant women and children impacted by domestic abuse. She is a community psychologist who has worked with communities, children and women for over 14 years.

Amna will share her experiences and learnings from her work in the UK.

Click here for more information and to register

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